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. it is now out but the search for the owner of that home continues at this hour. ktvu katie utehs is live on the scene and she will have an update for us in a few minutes. good morning and welcome to the morning news. it is wednesday, december 4th i'm claudine wong in for pam cook. >> good to see you. >> thank you. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. everything cool? >> its cold. walnut creek is 29. officer todd clark also says steve 29 here. 29 napa. 28 novato. 32 half-moon bay. mountain view says that is at moffett. we cohave a freeze warning for the north bay. now tonight into tomorrow then everyone will be in on this freeze warning because the colder temps will settle in, any breeze will decrease. expect for a few clouds off the coast. we will have clear skies today. as you know, the nights are much longer. our system is long gone it has pushed into the four corners. severe and clear. cold air continues to filter in here. it will be here for about five days. maybe some changes as we head to friday and saturday. cold morning, sunny. 20s north bay and maybe
morning fire at a san jose mobile park. it started shortly after 2:00 a.m.. ktvu katie utehs is telling us crews are looking for the man that lived in the burning mobile home. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, brian. i spoke to a neighbor that helped the elderly man jump start his car yesterday. that may be the last time anybody saw this man. let me show you video we took 15 minutes ago as fire investigators take their first look inside the mobile home. its located in casa elle han doctor mobile home park. people started calling 911 shortly after 2:00 this morning as smoke and flames could be seen from the freeway. fire crews responded to a fully engulfed mobile home. now the crews have put the fire out. they are trying to locate the man that lives here. they are in his 70s and don't have a cell phone number to reach him. >> we are not sure about the occupant. >> reporter: the neighbor i spoke with said he helped the man start his car so he could go to work. he also said that the man may have had a daughter living with him but that daughter moved out about a month ago. so again fire
there just today. katie eutiss tells us about the change made to protect the animals. >> reporter: the killing of cubs caused an outrage. >> the game warden had no choice. >> reporter: law at the time did not allow the warden to pursue nonlethal options which frustrated neighbors. >> i personally was agasp. some of the neighbors were afraid, some were frightened. >> reporter: some sprung into action. passing senate bill 132 which helps protect mountain lions. senator jerry hill introduced the legislation. >> we share this beautiful place and this beautiful land with local wildlife. the new law allows game wardens to work with animal groups to safely remove the animals when they move into populated areas. while the law goes into effect january 1st, fish and wildlife has preemptively changed its operating procedures. last spring a male mountain lion found its way into a santa cruz irrigation canal. members of the puma project tranquilized the animal as opposed to killing it. senator hill says by utilizing the help of nonprofits, zoos and veterinarians the cats can be relocated witho
and firefighters still have not located the elderly man who lives in the unit. ktvu's katie utehs is live on the scene with the new information about this mobile park. good morning, katie. >> reporter: good morning, tori. i just got off the phone with san jose fire's public information officer. he says now that it is daylight, the plan to move forward, research this mobile home. as you can see, it's completely gutted. early this morning they got through 80% of the home. they still need to search through the kitchen. they hope that will give them more identification or contact info as they try to find the elderly man who lived here. they do not believe he was home at the time of the fire. let me show you some video and some pictures of the flames and smoke coming from the mobile home at casa mobile home park along monterey in san jose. the smoke could be seen with 101 -- could be seen from 101. the mobile home where the fire started is completely destroyed, as you've seen. they walked through the gutted home and believe the elderly homeowner was not in the unit at the time. they are still
is a woman, a lady, katie hanson. we see her coming down in the back. this car is driving, why, because -- >> do it, do it. >> yeah. >> the coolest thing ever! >> how cool is that? >> impressive. >> she might be a bond relative. >> just jamie. or amin na. >> it's cool that we get to see her angle. the driver's looking back to help her out a little bit. grabs on to her once she finally land. there she is getting superclose. you can't forget these guys are going really fast. not just the driver in the xarp but she's flying down. >> put the car on cruise control, get into the driver's seat and take off. >> that would be serious stuff. >> amina bond. >> raccoons got grapes. ♪ ♪ >> steven, i believe i have today's melt your heart make you smile, just going to make you feel better about the world moment. >> happy halloween. i got to get the bowl. >> passing out candy? >> yes. the most unexpected thing at halloween. usually the children are dressed up. >> you get two. >> thank you. >> but this little 3-year-old seems to adore the process of giving to the other kids. he's like i want to. >>
that lived in that unit. katie utehs is there. what is the latest on that search with the homeowner? >> reporter: dave, i have a call into san jose public information officer to see if they are any closer to locating this elderly man. at this point i have not heard back. investigators have walked through the mop bill home behind me. as you can see it is completely gutted. but the good news they do not believe anybody was home at the time of the fire. let me show you photos that firefighters snapped this morning as they arrived shortly after 2:00. flames and smoke could be seen from 101 as the unit burned. firefighters are unsure what caused the mobile home fire and they do not think the owner was home at the time. believed to be a 70-year-old man. they do see an increase until fires this time of year when temperatures drop and people try to stay warm. fire department is always looking out for people. making sure they are careful with space heaters. >> i spoke with a neighbor who says he helped the elderly homeowner jump start his car yesterday. pg&e has turned off power to this mobi
. even if it's located more than 600 miles away. in alameda, katie yutiss. ktvu channel 2 news. >>>hart is the first band to cancel a concert at sea world due to the cnn film black fish. that documentary is about sea world trainer dawn branshow who was killed by an orca. the bare naked ladies and singer willie nelson also cancelled their shows. >>> declaring war on snuggling. why city leaders say it's a new magnet for crime. >>> a strong statement against ukrainian protesters in their ongoing demonstration. >>> and a man walks up to find that he is all alone and trapped in a dark airplane. what the airline is saying about what went wrong. >> in weather temperatures continue to cool off at this hour. and we'll also let you know when the freeze warnings will be coming to an end. [ female announcer ] for those who love sweets your season is here. let's just call it the baking time of year. you need special ingredients. you need the staples for homemade. you need safeway sugar for just a buck eighty-eight. and that magic thing that makes everyone want another only two ninety-nine for challe
with -- >> it looks like we lost katie there briefly, but we have another live picture at the international term that looking at the mic stand. i know that claudine said that it was nice to release them. the 85-year-old was -- oh is she back? >> nope, i think that she is just trying to -- >> and north korea state news agency said they released newman. he was allowed to leave the country. mainly because he apologized for his alleged crimes during the war. the state department spokeswoman also called it a positive decision, but that they are urging them to release another american, kenneth bay, held there for another year. but right now as we look at the live pictures of sfo, again, attention right now all on newman. >> we're seeing some folks coming out of there now. it's unclear. everyone has been trying to figure out if he will come out of the doors. he did talk briefly when he came in off his flight to china. and so we did hear from him where he was glad to be on his way home and he did acknowledge that the government, they appreciate the tolerance that they have given to me to be on my way.
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